We’re exhibiting at PAX East!




We’re showcasing three games at this year’s PAX East in Boston! If you’re coming to PAX East make sure you visit booth 118 to play the games and say hi to Nic and Bruce.

See our official press release below for all the details.

Sydney, April 2 2014

PRESS RELEASE: Nnooo to showcase Blast ‘Em Bunnies™, Cubemen 2™ for Wii U™ and ORBITOR™ at PAX East

Sydney based developer Nnooo are pleased to announce their attendance at this year’s PAX East event in Boston at which they will be showcasing three games currently in development. Nnooo will be showing the following games at booth 118.

Blast ‘Em Bunnies is a pick-up-and-play endless shooter. Keep your bunny alive by defending its burrow against an onslaught of evil bunnies. Pick them off using your carrot rifle, pelt their furry hides with your watermelon pip machine gun or do maximum splash damage with your turnip mortar. The longer you play the more difficult survival becomes. But it’s not just your own bunny’s mortality you’re concerned with. You also need to deal with the throat slitter holding your baby bunnies hostage.

Collect in-game coins to upgrade your weapons and purchase special ammo types such as heat-seeking chilli seeds, sticky exploding raspberries and bouncing pumpkin bombs. Shoot crates to activate power-ups and ammo types, take out the elusive golden bunny to collect a warren-load of cash and smash the boss bunny to get to the next level. Finding it difficult to picture the mayhem? Then check out this video then go the Blast ‘Em Bunnies website.

Blast ‘Em Bunnies will be a downloadable title and is initially targeted for PlayStation®4, PlayStation®Vita and Nintendo 3DS™ with an expected release in the US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand later this year. A demo of the game will be playable at PAX East.

Nnooo acknowledges the support of Screen NSW in the development of Blast ‘EM Bunnies.

Cubemen 2™ for Wii U™ is the first indie game on a Nintendo platform to offer both cross-platform multiplayer and cross-platform user generated content. Developed by Australian studio 3 Sprockets, Cubemen 2 is a fast-paced 3D strategy game in which the player controls an army of Cubemen, using them to battle against enemies in a range of modes. Players can enter online matches and create and share user-generated levels regardless of which platform they are using. Players on the Wii U version will be able to battle not only against other Wii U players, but also against others who already own the game on PC, Linux®, Mac® or iOS device.

Cubemen 2, already a top-selling Steam® and iOS game, can be played in single player mode or with up to 6 players in online solo or team battles against other players or AI. Players are also be able to create and share their own levels using the game’s built-in level editor. Wii U players will have access to all user-generated levels created on other platforms since the release of the game. There are currently over 4,000 user-generated levels to play. The game also includes customisable level themes and Cubemen skins and a global ranking system. A video of Cubemen 2 for Wii U can be found here. For more details head to the Cubemen 2 for Wii U website.

Cubemen 2 for Wii U will be published by Nnooo and is expected to be released as a downloadable title in the second quarter of this year in the US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. An advanced build of the game on Wii U will be playable at PAX East.

ORBITOR™ is a visually stunning action adventure game which takes place in space themed environments ranging from nebulas to complex orbital systems. Within each space system players must control a space probe named ORBITOR to lock it onto objects, orbit them to gather speed, destroy them and collect the energy life forms they release. The probe is an autonomous and self repairing Artificial Intelligence returning to its place of origin complete with upgraded abilities and a new mission – to stop its creator.

The orbital systems within the game’s levels are only a small part of a much larger network of systems that fill the entire nebula. They all work together like a giant machine. The exact purpose of the machine or who created it are not revealed until the last section of the game. Through the ORBITOR the player is destroying the machine and its defence systems piece by piece as they make their way to the centre of the nebula.

ORBITOR is being developed by Australian studio Evil Aliens. The game is currently on Steam Greenlight™ and was included in the Warp Zoned PAXpocalypse List covering The Best of PAX Prime 2013.

ORBITOR will be published as a downloadable title on consoles/handhelds by Nnooo. Specific platforms will be announced at a later date. ORBITOR is expected to be released on consoles/handhelds in the US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand in late 2014. A PC demo of ORBITOR will be playable at PAX East. A trailer for ORBITOR can be found here and more details are on the ORBITOR website.

All PAX East attendees are invited to booth 118 to play these new games and meet the Nnooo team. You can also join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nnooo or Twitter at www.twitter.com/_Nnooo.


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